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Flying Into Fryeburg, Maine Provides a Bird's Eye View of Lakefront Real Estate

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Real Estate Agent with Anne Plummer and Associates

Ever thought of flying to the Sebago Lakes Region? Oh, I don't mean flying into Portland, Maine, though that is doable. I mean getting a closer look at the lakes and mountains of western Maine by flying into Eastern Slope Regional Airport in Fryeburg.

Eastern Slope Regional Airport is the outside world's connection to the Lakes Region and Mount Washington Valley. Though this 550-acre airport is tucked away, Eastern Slope Regional Airport is easy to access since it's less than three miles southeast of Fryeburg and just off Route 113 and near Lovewell Pond.

Local residents and businesses own the forty airplanes housed there. People fly into and out of the airport for a multitude of reasons. Seventy-five percent of the traffic occurs during the summer months when chartered jets bring kids to the many children's camps in our region. People also fly via jet to ski, hike, bike, canoe, commute to vacation homes, stay in area accommodations, attend the Fryeburg Fair, bring their children to Fryeburg Academy and even just to go out to dinner. Aerial sightseeing, chartered trips, flight training and pilot certification, plus aircraft maintenance are some of the services provided.

Travelers wishing to avoid the tedious hassles of busier airports are pleasantly pleased with the smaller size and personalized service offered at Eastern Slopes Regional Airport. Arrangements can be made for car rentals.

Think small. Consider Eastern Slope Regional Airport for your next trip to or from the Sebago Lakes Region of Maine.

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